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Magic at Cavaliers – The Magic are 9-0 ATS (12.9 ppg) since March 05, 2005 on the road after a home win in which they committed fewer than ten turnovers. The Cavaliers are 6-0 ATS (8.3 ppg) since April 10, 2004 when seeking revenge for a loss as a road dog in which they led at the end of the third quarter.
Timberwolves at Hornets – The Timberwolves are 0-5 ATS (-7.3 ppg) since March 06, 2009 on the road when seeking revenge for a 1-3 point home loss. The Hornets are 6-0 ATS (5.8 ppg) since March 07, 1996 as a favorite with at least one day of rest after a double digit home loss in which they allowed at least 55% from the field.
Heat at Knicks – The Heat are 7-0 ATS (18.4 ppg) since January 15, 2010 when playing the first of back-to-back road games. The Knicks are 7-0 ATS (13.4 ppg) since November 02, 2009 with at least one day of rest after a double digit loss in which they allowed at least 55% from the field.
Trailblazers at Lakers – The Trailblazers are 11-0 ATS (7.1 ppg) since March 13, 2009 after a loss in which their DPA was negative. The Trailblazers are 0-7 ATS (-7.5 ppg) since January 18, 2004 on the road after a loss against the Mavericks.
Bulls at Raptors – The Rockets are 0-5 ATS (-4.7 ppg) since March 06, 2009 versus the Suns. The Bulls are 0-8 ATS (-9.1 ppg) since April 30, 2009 off an overtime game. The League is 6-0 ATS (11.2 ppg) since April 14, 2003 on the road with at least one day of rest off an overtime loss as an away favorite in which they held a double digit lead. The Raptors are 6-0 ATS (5.4 ppg) since March 09, 2010 after a game in which they scored less than 15% of their points from the free throw line.
Rockets at Suns – The Suns are 7-0 ATS (14.1 ppg) since January 25, 2009 after a game on the road in which their field goal attempt per turnover ratio was less than four. The Suns are 0-6 ATS (-8.2 ppg) since November 01, 2002 at home after a road loss in which their DPS was minus 15 points or less.
Thunder at Warriors – The Thunder are 0-6 ATS (-8.9 ppg) since March 18, 2009 with at most one day of rest after a win in which their DPA was minus 15 points or less. The Thunder are 5-0 ATS (13.5 ppg) since March 31, 2009 on the road with at most one day of rest after a game in which they shot less than 40% from the field.